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Stomp - Come (2) - Gently Down The Stream (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. This album by Meredith Monk and Robert Een is one of their finest conceptions. The miminal use of pitch pipe (and on tracks of the second piece, piano and organ) coupled with their inventive vocalizations captures the cold and barren arctic, its icepack itself a minimal environment, and the sounds of breaking ice and the play of wind.

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  2. Gently down the stream Come Format: Audio CD. This is Come's best album since the debut, Eleven Eleven. Come to think of it, it may be even better than that one. a pose, but "Recidivist" and "Silk City" were the last great songs Come wrote. The rest of it is rote rock -- while "Stomp" is a passable Aerosmith rip-off, elsewhere, as /5(4).

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  3. The main electric guitar riff supported by vocals goes thru the intro and outro parts. In the second part the tension goes down, acoustic guitar, vocal effects and a slide appear. Works well as advertising music, to use in urban scenes, actions, sports, presentations. This stomp track is .

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  4. Chris Brokaw (born August 1, ) is an American musician, mostly known for his work with the bands Come and Codeine, in addition to his many collaborations and original soundtracks. His outlier, underground status, in addition to his constant touring, abundant collaborative projects, and prolific musical output, have resulted in Brokaw being repeatedly described as 'one of the hardest.

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  5. Feb 13,  · Not easy listening, in fact quite devastating in their way, and their final album Gently Down The Stream features the galvanizing "Saints Around My Neck", one of angriest, most heartbroken songs about AIDS (or drugs) that I've ever heard. Great band.

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  6. ABOUT THE SHOW. Matchboxes, brooms, garbage cans, Zippo lighters and more fill the stage with energizing beats at STOMP, the inventive and invigorating stage show that's dance, music and theatrical performance blended together in one electrifying rhythm.

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  7. Feb 10,  · Set in motion by the distinctive voice of Thalia Zedek along with guitarist Chris Brokaw, the band sets off to explore uncharted sonic terrain on Gently Down the Stream. "Stomp" is quintessential Come with its jerky guitar urgency. "Sorry Too Late" is an emotional powerhouse, with Zedek's raspiness perfectly wedded to the song's blues tinge/5(4).

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  8. Though all of their releases demonstrate a beautiful sense of craft and sonic intensity, GENTLY, DOWN THE STREAM may be their finest-sounding album, with Thalia Zedek's vocals perfectly integrated into the spiralling guitar lines and waves of sound. Come 4/5(3).

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